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We pledged to offer fuel to the aspiring scribe hoping to drive a piece past the editor's desk at one of the better newspapers or magazi nes. Last week we wrote about the sesquicentenary of lules Laforgue; the week before about Tolstoy (d. 1910). Fifty years ago, Albert Camus was killed on his way to Paris in a Facel Vega HK500, the classy French rival to the Aston Martin. In November of the same year, the expatriate American novelist Richard Wright died in the Eugene Gibez clinic on rue Vaugirard.
Holly Kyte is a freelance writer living in London. Paul Levy is co-chair with Claudia Roden of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. Epoque: Cairo and its age of hedonists, 2006. Glyn Paflin is Deputy Editor of the Church Times. Leo Robson writes regularly on film for the TLS and is the lead fiction reviewer of the New Statesman. Alexander Starritt is a freelance writer and translator living in London. Barton Swaim works as a speech writer for an American governor. His book Scottish Men of Letters and the New Public Sphere, 1802- 1834 appeared last year.
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